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    Candidate Profile
     Date Submitted:12-10-2015
     Last Modified:28-10-2015 (04:49)
    Job information
     Current job:Test engineer
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Own country
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Launch Systems, Consulting/Engineering Services, Space Tourism
     KeywordsJunior, Aerospace engineer, HDL
    CV

    Curriculum Vitae

    Nationality: Swedish

    Date of Birth: May 3, 1987

    Education:

    University Education:
    Luleå University of Technology, August of 2007 - February 2013
    I started the Master Programme in Space Engineering, with a focus on Spacecraft and Instrumentation, at the Luleå University Technology (LTU) in august 2007. January 2010 to January 2012 I studied at LTU's Aerospace Division in Kiruna. I graduated in February of 2013.

    Master Thesis
    March 2011 – February 2013
    In the middle of March of 2012 I started working on a Master Thesis as the last part of my university studies. The subject of my thesis is Implementation of Consultative Committee for Space Data Systems (CCSDS) Communications Protocols in hardware description language (HDL) code. My thesis work was carried out at ÅAC Microtec in Uppsala and included information gathering, making design decisions and writing Verilog code. In the end I had created a communications system that could decode incoming telecommands and encode outgoing telemetry.

    Other Academic merits:
    Project Marvel, October 2011 – January 2012
    From October of 2010 to January 2012 I was part of a Student project; Project Marvel. The Goal of Project Marvel was to design and construct an Unmanned Ariel Vehicle (UAV) that can be used as a platform for instruments to take measurements in flight. This project was a Balloon Experiment for University Students (BEXUS) Project supported by The German Aerospace Centre (DLR) and Swedish National Space Board (SNSB). The UAV was successfully launched and recovered in September 2011. My role in the project was to be responsible for the budget and accounting and shared responsible for the power distribution system, batteries and voltage regulation and the parachute deployment system. For more information about Project Marvel and related topics, see the links below.  

    Links:
    The Rexus/Bexus website
    http://www.rexusbexus.net/

    Project Marvels website
    http://marvel.rymdteknik.com/

    The Project reports
    http://marvel.rymdteknik.com/documents/

    Oral presentation in English, ESTEC, Noordwijk, Nederlands, May 2011
    As part of the Marvel I project, I made an oral presentation together with some of my project colleagues in front of an ESA panel.

    Soldering Course, May 2011
    In May of 2011 I was given the opportunity to take a soldering course given by ESA at ESTEC in the Netherlands. This course was an introduction to the ECSS Q-70-08A and ECSS Q-70-38A standards.

    Driving license:
    Since June 2008.

    Language skills:
    Swedish: Native language, fluent in speaking, reading and writing.
    English: Fluent in speaking, reading and writing.
    Extra languages that I am learning: French and Portuguese

    Computer skills:
    I have a good understanding of how to use a computer and Internet resources. I am most comfortable using the Windows interface. I have also used Linux OS such as Ubuntu and Xandros. I have an understanding of the following computer programs:

    Advanced understanding:
    Microsoft Office
    Mathworks Matlab
    GNU Octave
    CADsoft Eagle
    Verilog programming
    Python programming

    Good understanding:
    OrCAD PSpice
    VHDL programming

    General understanding:
    Maplesoft Maple
    Spenvis

    Work experience:

    Studybuddy, December 2012 – June 2013
    In December of 2012 I was employed by Studybuddy as a private tutor for high school students. My job was to help these students with school subjects that they feel lacking in. The subjects I tutor in are for the most part mathematics and physics.

    SAAB EDS, April 2013 – present
    From April of 2013 I have been working at SAAB EDS as a test engineer, first as a consultant then full time. My job entails testing products after it has been assembled making sure that they lives up to the performance agreed upon with the customer. This means preforming tests upon the unit and evaluating the results. If the unit doesn’t live up to the performance levels it is my job to analyse the results from the tests, diagnose the problem, prescribing a solution and repeat this process until the unit is in perfect working order. This job means that I am on a daily basis working in an electronics lab with sensitive equipment.

    Personal Presentation:
     I am the third child of four. I am a positive and talkative person who takes on new duties and follow instructions with ease. When I carry out my assignments I am independent, determined, methodical and thorough. I have interests in mathematics, physics, astronomy, history, technology in general and electronics in particular. I spend my free time together with my family and friends, read about the latest innovations in consumer technology, social issues, politics, climbing, playing video games, cooking and baking. I am learning programing languages (such as HTML, JAVA, C among others) as a hobby, with the specific goal of creating a website, a game or an app for a mobile OS. I am also learning French, albeit slowly, so that I can talk with and understand more people I meet. Another thing I like to do in my free time is fixing things. This might mean to help someone install a new piece of hardware in their computer, put together a piece furniture or repairing a piece of electronic equipment.

    References:
    Fredrik Bruhn, Master Thesis Supervisor, fredrik.bruhn(at)aacmicrotec.com


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